Kate’s brother James Middleton sends Instagram into meltdown with adorable update


KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge’s brother James Middleton posted an adorable Instagram update amid the coronavirus outbreak.

James, who is a big dog lover, posted adorable photos of his four dogs during self-isolation. Social distancing has put a halt to parties and dinners with friends.

But James did not let the coronavirus measures stop him hosting a small party for his dogs.

The photos showed James his dogs prepared for a civilised meal sat at a dinner table.

The four dogs sat at the fully set table with napkins and dog food on ceramic plates in front of them.

The caption read: “Socialising while social distancing. Who wants to join?”

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Kate Middleton news: Kate’s brother James Middleton posts adorable update while in isolation (Image: GETTY)

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James, who is a big dog lover, posted adorable photos of his four dogs (Image: GETTY)

Instagram users flocked to the post and expressed their appreciation for the post.

Kevin said: “Never have I ever seen a better table set.

“And never have I ever seen better company.”

Another said: “Room for three more?”

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James and Pippa Middleton (Image: GETTY)

Another commented: “Your babies are so beautiful!

“Such good table manners too. Stay safe James and fur kids.”

Jo said: “The ideal quarantine situation!”

Another posted: “This is the cutest… how did you get them all to behave and look at the camera?”

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Kate’s brother’s dogs are called Ella, Inca, Luna, Zulu and Mabel (Image: GETTY)

While another said: “Thank you for this! Takes the edge off to see such cuteness.”

The post garnered over 24,000 likes and over 1,000 comments.

James has been incredibly vocal about his dogs and how they help with his mental health in the past.

He is currently working on a documentary called ‘James Middleton’s Super Dogs’.

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The documentary will look at the power of dogs and how they help mental health.

In reference to the documentary, he said: “My own dogs played a vital role in my recovery from clinical depression.

“In light of this I want to celebrate the important role dogs play in our lives and the unconditional love and support they give us.”

The dogs are called Ella, Inca, Luna, Zulu and Mabel.